Hush little Dave and Steve, don’t say a word, because this One Off takes you back to a time before Joss Whedon was writing and directing blockbuster superhero movies. Sharpen your stakes and peel some garlic, because, it’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer time, folks.
iTunes has this to say about the episode: “From out of a fairy tale comes a group of murderous creatures known as The Gentlemen: first they steal everyone’s voices, then they begin to collect human hearts.”
- Joss Whedon had some good villains.
- Dave says “jump” and Steve asks a series of questions about how high Dave would like him to jump.
- Did Steve make an Ani DiFranco reference? Or was he just trying to sound poetic?
- Dave thinks Steve communicates better when he’s not allowed to speak.
- Steve and Dave have no idea how people get into relationships.
- As it turns out, Dave can’t save a conversation.
- Everybody Poops.
- Dave and Steve are not doctors.
- Steve does not supply the editor with a photo that he seems to imply that he is going to.
- Neither does Dave.
- Frasier reference.
- Speaking of wasted material…
- Does anyone like hairspray, Dave? Or do you mean Hairspray.
- There is more singing in this episode than anyone wants.
- Dave goes to his usual stand-by, the Bible.
- Steve has clearly been listening to the West Wing Weekly.